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Arlington Community Schools is proud to have hosted the 1st meeting for the 2015-16 LEAD Arlington Cohort. More than 30 business members, town government representatives, educators and students came together to collaborate, align, and connect information about our local education system, businesses and town government. Thanks to all of the great support from our local businesses and Town Hall in helping us to kick this first year off with this project. We look forward to our 2nd meeting at Town Hall in December. OUR educators, OUR businesses, and OUR town government are simply the best!
Statement From Superintendent Tammy Mason: “I am extremely proud of the work that our students, teachers, and administrators did in our inaugural school year. Most importantly, I am proud that our district not only met or exceeded our achievement goals, but we also showed tremendous growth. This is a testament that our teachers are meeting students at their instructional levels. We have laid the foundation to continue our work as begin our second year.“
Exemplary District (1 of 12 districts state-wide)
ACS scored a 5 (1.2 – 2 years growth) in each of the four value-added categories (District-wide Composite, Literacy, Numeracy, and Literacy and Numeracy) which is the highest score attainable
Of the 10 state-mandated exams administered, ACS increased proficiency in all 10 subjects, as well as exceeded the state’s average in each area
Arlington Elementary and Donelson Elementary both acknowledged as 2015 Reward schools (Top 5% in state for academic achievement)
Arlington High increased 10 percentage points or higher in 4 of the high school subjects (Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology, and Chemistry) and achieved a value added Composite score of 5.
Arlington Middle continued to increase its overall proficiency in all subject areas, significantly improving it’s overall Math rate by 6.3 percentage points.
Arlington Elementary, a 2015 Reward School, had 90% of its students score proficient/advanced in Math and Science. Additionally, their school-wide value added Composite is a 5.
Donelson Elementary, a 2015 Reward School, improved Math proficiency by 4.9 percentage points and earned a value-added Numeracy score of a 5.
Empower and inspire all students toward lifetime learning, career success and good citizenship
To fully engage and inspire our staff, parents and community to create an environment where students can achieve their highest potential and become productive citizens in an ever changing, challenging world